In Memoriam – Jennifer Tucker

Jenny was a woman of strength.

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Like the earth sign she was born and died under, she was solid and immovable.

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This caused some difficulty in her life, but it was also a trait her friends and family came to count on in difficult times.

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Jen taught me much about the meaning of life and of love.

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I met Jenny during one of the most difficult chapters of my life and she helped me find my courage and the will to move forward.

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With love and hope in her heart, she married her partner beginning a new covenant even as she knew her life was nearing its end.

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She made the difficult and selfless decision to give the gift of new opportunities to her children, even if that meant taking another step toward letting them go.

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In her final days, Jenny shared stories about her life and the things she still wished she could do.

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But even with things left undone, adventures untaken, Jenny hardly fell short of living a full life.

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Jenny showed me what it means to face both life, and death, with grace.

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I will love you forever, Jenny Lynn.

Thank you for sharing the gift of your life.

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